School News
John Ferris Robben
Friday’s parade had the pride of many nations as students, including third grader Veronica Ruiz, holding flag from Chile, took part. In the background, from left, are holding fifth grader Juliana Panqueba holding a Colombian flag and first grader Daniel Xu, fourth grader Antonio Ortiz and third grader Nancy Kessler.

Julian Curtiss celebrates U.N. Day

More than 50 flags were flown by the students of Julian Curtiss School during the magnet school’s annual United Nations Day parade.


Vote on New Lebanon School construction is postponed, more input sought

A decision on the future look of New Lebanon School will have to wait a little while longer after the Board of Education delayed a scheduled vote in order to hear additional public comment first.

Long live the Homecoming king and queen as, during halftime of the game, Julia Bunte-Mein and Iain Edmunson were honored as part of a week-long celebration of Greenwich High School Cardinal school spirit. –John Ferris Robben

Homecoming parade shows Cardinal spirit

It was a happy Homecoming weekend for Greenwich High School with a packed parade of supporters and then a victory on the field.

Runners burst out of the gate at last year’s Turkey Trot and registration is now open for this year’s annual post-Thanksgiving run.

Alliance for Education to host Turkey Trot

Registration is now open for runners and walkers looking to participate in the Greenwich Alliance for Education’s fourth annual Turkey Trot

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